“1.3 Students must comply with the relevant enrolment, exemption and transfer procedures applying to each programme or unit.”
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RE: Trimester 1, 2016 Raiwai Campus Examination and Semester 1 Examination
1. Trimester 1 Examination for Raiwai Campus will commence on Wednesday 8 June and end on Friday 10 June.
2. Semester 1 for CEST Examination starts from 6 to 17 June while for CMHS Examination will be conducted from 13 to 24 June.
3. All ID cards need to be validated before Wednesday 8 June for Trimester students and 6 June for Semester students as a validated ID card is a requirement to sit for any exam.
4. Please take out time to see the finance section for any fee issues before your exams.
5. Examination Timetable is now on the FNU website:
School of Film and TV/CHE Trimester 1 Exam Timetable
CEST Semester 1 Exam Timetable
‘No one is to be left behind’. These are the words of the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama while addressing the 362 graduates of the Fiji National University TVET Programme in Kiuva village in Tailevu yesterday.
Bainimarama says the government is doing all it can to try and provide for the people of Fiji.
He also made a special appeal to the graduates to set an example in two very important areas of national life that is building one nation and treating our women and children with consideration, love and respect.
He adds that we must remain united above all else as we build our nation FNU graduates
The 362 participants of the sustainable livelihood program who received their referenced certificates from Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama in Kiuva, Tailevu were told to work together in unity.
Mr Bainimarma said his government would do everything it could to provide Fijians with the opportunity to carve out sustainable livelihoods for themselves and their families.
"To give them the skills they need not only to earn an income but to be able to contribute to the national economy and the task of building our beloved Fiji," said Mr Bainimarama yesterday.
He said since its introduction in 2012, more than 7000 Fijians from the 14 provinces had completed their training.
|8 - 30 June||Industry Discussion Forum|
|29 - 30 June||FNU Alumni Association Tour|
|27 - 28 June||Conversational Leadership Training 2016|
|7 - 8 July||National Trainers Conference 2016|
|18 - 19 July||2016 Pacific Update Conference|
|Events for Students|
|2 May - 25 August||Math Help Koisk 2016|
|18 June - 2 July||CV and Cover Letter Writing Workshop|